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Read The Cricket's reviews of all 32 U.S. competition films from Sundance

Published January 27, 2014 9:24 am

This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2014, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

Call it one-stop shopping: Links to the reviews of all 32 U.S. competition films — 16 Dramatic and 16 Documentary — that premiered during the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

Here they are, by category, and in alphabetical order:

U.S. Dramatic:

"Camp X-Ray," three stars.

"Cold in July," three and a half stars.

"Dear White People," three stars.

"Fishing Without Nets," three stars.

"God's Pocket," two stars.

"Happy Christmas," three and a half stars.

"Hellion," three stars.

"Infinitely Polar Bear," three stars.

"Jamie Marks Is Dead," two stars.

"Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter," two and a half stars.

"Life After Beth," three stars.

"Low Down," three stars.

"The Skeleton Twins," three and a half stars.

"The Sleepwalker," two stars.

"Song One," three stars.

"Whiplash," three and a half stars.

U.S. Documentary

"Alive Inside," three and a half stars.

"All the Beautiful Things," one and a half stars.

"Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart," three and a half stars.

"The Case Against 8," three and a half stars.

"Cesar's Last Fast," three stars.

"Dinosaur 13," three stars.

"E-Team," four stars.

"Fed Up," three and a half stars.

"The Internet's Own Boy," three and a half stars.

"Ivory Tower," three stars.

"Marmato," three and a half stars.

"No No: A Dockumentary," three stars.

"The Overnighters," four stars.

"Private Violence," three and a half stars.

"Rich Hill," two and a half stars.

"Watchers of the Sky," three and a half stars.

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And, as a bonus, here's my three-and-a-half star review of "Life Itself," the Documentary Premieres entry about Roger Ebert. That makes a total of 33 films I saw at Sundance 2014.

— Sean P. Means